Apple has lost another prototype in a bar, which may bring the memories in the past from when they did the same thing. It is not known exactly why these prototypes have been lost in the bars, but it is apparent that Apple employees are meeting with one another at these locations that are accidentally leaving behind prototypes of some of their most popular devices. The most recent unreleased unlocked iPhone 5 prototype that was found in a bar was lost in the bar Cava22, a very popular bar in the San Francisco area. It was reported that Apple quickly tried to recover the device, and the phone was quickly track to a house in the San Francisco area.
They were able to get to the house and find a young man in his 20s who had been in the bar earlier. The man, after being questioned and not knowing about the phone despite the fact that outlaws were not for the phone and also offered a no questions asked deal that would allow him to sell him the phone and never have to deal with any legal ramifications as a result. The phone was then later sold on craigslist for a total of $200 to acquire that turned out to be unknown. It is not currently clear house source knows of the sale, but it is clear that the phone did eventually end up on craigslist for a total of $200. If Apple continues to lose prototypes of their favorite devices in the bars I frequent, you can bet that they are going to have a hard time with being allowed to remove the protons from the company in the future. There have been multiple problems with these type of issues, you can bet that Apple is going to look for ways that they can nip this in the bud and continue to go about business as usual.